Tired of looking at the same generic paperweight sitting on your desk day after day? If so, you should check out the Crystal Glass Paperweight. Made of 100% genuine crystal, it’s a stunning office accessory that’s guaranteed to brighten your work day.
The Crystal Glass Paperweight is meticulously designed with dozens of precise bevel cuts to achieve a truly remarkable appearance that’s not found in generic store-bought paperweights. Regardless of whether you use it as an actual paperweight or not, this magnificent accessory will bring new life and vibrancy to your office. When the light hits the crystal, it creates a spectacular appearance that naturally draws the attention of anyone nearby.
Another reason why you should choose the Crystal Glass Paperweight is because it’s customizable. AsapAwards.com offers free custom engraving on all trophies, plaque awards, paperweights and other products. So instead of using a generic, nondescript paperweight with no visual style or character, you can custom order the Crystal Glass Paperweight with your name and/or company name engraved into the surface. It’s the subtle details such as this that give an otherwise simple paperweight more meaning.
The Crystal Glass Paperweight also makes the perfect gift for practically any occasion. If you’re stumped and can’t seem to find the right gift for a friend, family member, work colleague or client, consider giving him or her the Crystal Glass Paperweight. Perishable gifts like candy, gift cards and sports tickets will be forgotten in time, but this brilliant paperweight will withstand the hands of time for a countless number of years to come.
Whether you intend to purchase the Crystal Glass Paperweight for yourself or as a gift for someone else, take advantage of the free customization offered. Adding your name (or the recipient’s name) will create a more meaningful gift. It’s also a great way to protect your new paperweight from being stolen, as it will be marked with your name.
Historians believe that some of the world’s first paperweights originated out France in the mid 1800s. There were three factories here – the Baccarat, St. Louis, and the Clichy – which produced various paperweights (referred to as “weights” at the time). Manufacturing factories in the U.K., U.S. and several other regions soon began to make their own paperweights. It wasn’t until the 1950s, however, when factories began producing glass paperweights using the same design/style as modern-day models.